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Polar Fitness suspends its global activity map after privacy concerns Finnish fitness company Polar has temporarily suspended Explore, its global activity map after a pair of reports from De Correspondent and Isometric Exercises Bellingcat (via ZDNet ) pointed out flaws in the app’s privacy settings that made it easy for someone to locate the location data of users, echoing a similar privacy incident with another fitness app earlier this year. It’s a worrying discovery, as one report was able to use the information to locate the names and addresses of thousands of users who appeared to work for military and intelligence services. Polar is a Finish company that produces a variety of smart devices, including the Polar Balance smart scale , the M600 smartwatch , and M430 running watch , all of which are connect to the company’s fitness app, Polar Flow. The company’s devices work together to record one’s weight and activity, which can appear on a user’s online profile. Users can have their information included in Explore, but can also opt to have their profiles marked private , which Polar says will prevent the service with sharing that information to third party apps like Facebook. The joint investigation found that someone could use the data from Polar’s map to locate sensitive military sites, as well as enough information to locate a user’s name and address. User activity was plotted on Explore, including the activities of personnel fighting ISIS in Iraq. But unlike Strava, which was found to simply revealed potentially sensitive location data earlier this year , the reporters were able to dig deeper and locate the names and addresses of Polar users, including military personnel from various military and intelligence agencies around the world. Using information scraped from the map, the reports were able to figure out the names of 6,460 users who worked out near sensitive locations De Correspondent explains that it found that Polar’s Explore map keeps track of every user’s activity since 2014, and that by using that information, it was able to locate 6,460 users who used the service near sensitive facilities.

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